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S673941

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Record Creation: Entered on 10 March 2019.

Originality: Noted for being in "original condition"

 

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Detail Photos: Engine (2)

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2008-06-18 12:45:29 | Michael Buchanan writes:

This is an unrestored XK-120 with 56,600 original miles. Known four family ownership and service records since new. The car still has original paint and seats although top and carpets were replaced by dealer many years ago. Chrome wheels have been added but original painted wheels still with car. This car is not for sale.

2018-05-16 14:55:13 | pauls writes:

Car now located at:
www.itsaliveauto.com/1953_Jaguar_XK_Saint%20Louis_MO_11544305.veh

Sellers description:
Mileage: 64,000 Miles
Exterior: Blue
Engine: I6 3.8L
Interior: Blue Leather
Transmission: Manual
Trim/Package: XK120 Roadster
Fuel Type: Gasoline

This car is not currently for sale. Due to its exceptional originality we're retaining it for the time being as a display piece in our showroom and a reference for other restoration work. We will reevaluate offering it in the summer of 2018.

Amazingly this beautiful 1953 XK120 Special Equipment model is a true survivor with original paint, leather, and all matching numbers drive train. She even has the original tool roll and tire pump. The ownership is known to new. Only very minor dents and scratches and zero rust throughout the entire car (amazing!!!) She comes with both the original painted wheels and a new set of chrome wires as well as an extra set of seats for long trips. The original seats show their age but have no tears and are great for shows. Of course we have the soft top and side curtains all of which are original and excellent condition.

Best of all you can drive her anywhere as she runs perfectly and is very reliable. Starts every time and never misses a lick. All the gauges work and she has great oil pressure and compression. Be the star of every car show. Remember, she's only original once!

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